National Geographic Storytelling Summit
January 16, 2019Return to Events
The National Geographic Storytellers Summit is a multiday celebration for written and visual storytellers whose craft changes people’s understanding of the world. Hear from influential and award-winning photographers, filmmakers, journalists, and data visualizers who witness the major events of our time, illuminate critical issues, and inspire action. Together, their powerful stories help us further understand each other and our world.
Ami Vitale will be giving the talk “Photographing Hope” on Wed. Jan. 16 at 2.55 p.m. Public seminar presentations run from Jan. 15-Jan. 17. While events are invite only, talks will be available to stream at https://www.nationalgeographic.org/storytellers-summit/watch-ss/
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